Polls

A new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds low expectations for the season and disagreements about what's safe to do amid COVID-19.
The Trump administration had positive marks at the start of the pandemic, but has gradually lost the public's trust.
In a new set of HuffPost/YouGov polling, voters say they've heard largely negative things about the president.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton by 17 points with voters over 65. But his margin is only half of that against Joe Biden, according to recent polls.
Republicans overwhelmingly see sites like Facebook and Twitter as biased against conservative views, a HuffPost/YouGov poll finds.
Just 27%, meanwhile, support increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices.
But 2016 is still the champion in the perceived-weirdness department.
Americans gave the last president positive marks for handling the swine flu — and, in retrospect, for the Affordable Care Act.
Voters' concerns about the Supreme Court and Judge Amy Coney Barrett still lag behind worries about the economy and the coronavirus.
In a new HuffPost/YouGov survey, voters rank the Supreme Court behind the economy and coronavirus in importance.